"Snarked" is a lot of fun, and I appreciate that every time our crew has solved one problem, a new one is laid firmly at their feet. I'm already looking forward to the next story arc, and if it's even half as good as this opening story, we're in for a lot of fun. Read Full Review
Snarked #4 almost feels like a comic book that we should know all too well. It features ne'er-do-well heroes that have to help out cute kids because there may be a reward for doing so. And the heroes may end up learning valuable lessons in the end that there's more to life than trying to make a buck on any given day. The ne'er-do-wells may even end up liking the kids in the end. Imagine that! It's a simple formula but the charm to Snarked is in Langridge's storytelling. The charm is in these characters that look like they could be Muppets trapped in these situations where humor is often found with a dash of true adventure and danger. Snarked #4 is a kid's comic book wrapped up in an adults' subversive and humorous point of view. Read Full Review
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